Human trafficking is a crime that affects Lithuania in particular, with estimates of victims from the country ranging into the tens of thousands. In the nation's Parliament building on Nov. 15, the Missing Persons' Family Support Center held a conference for NGOs battling the problem. During the event The Baltic Times spoke to the center's director, Ona Gustiene, about her organization's work and the resolution it is proposing to Lithuanian lawmakers. How did you come to be director of this organization?I established the organization in 1996. I had a personal tragedy: My daughter went...
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